Financial Aid Information

College Board - This site contains a financial aid calculator as well as financial aid information.

College Connection - Financial Aid Scholarships for College - A place where undergraduates and vocational students can receive free scholarship information, begin to build a financial aid package and select a school.

College Navigator allows the student to search for more than 7,000 colleges and universities by name, location, program, degree offerings, or a combination of criteria. 

Facebook - Weekly tips, info, and links.

FAFSA on the Web - The official online FAFSA application


Federal school codes to be entered into FAFSA information.

FINAID - The Financial Aid Information page is a very extensive listing of financial aid links. This page contains a financial aid estimator.

Nellie Mae Loan Link - Information from the largest non-profit education loan provider in the U.S.

Pin site - Students can apply for the personal identification number needed to sign the online FAFSA.

Princeton Review - General Information about financial aid packages and types of loans.

Financial Aid Estimation Form - Estimate your expected family contribution. \

NASFAA - Financial aid information.

Student Aid on the Web - In-depth information on federal student aid programs, applying for financial aid, and repaying student loans.

Nelnet - Offers students everything from scholarship and financial aid information to campus news.

Unusual Scholarships - Lists some of the more interesting, esoteric, and unusual scholarship financial aid has encountered. The scholarship for left-handed students is the one more frequently mentioned by new media, but the duct tape contest is gaining in popularity.

Other types of Aid - In addition to primary sources of financial aid (loans and scholarships), other kinds of aid are available to many students. These other types of aid fall into eight categories:

  1. Free Scholarship Lotteries
  2. Federal and State Government Aid
  3. College-Controlled Aid
  4. Student Profile-Based Aid
  5. Aid for Graduate and Professional School
  6. Aid for Elementary and Secondary School
  7. Aid for Specific Activities
  8. Innovative Programs
Education and training for individuals with disabilities - try these sites:

AmeriCorps - Details about a variety of national service options and how students can earn financial awards to be used for education.

Information about educational and other assistance

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Information on financial aid for college or a professional school. 

Vocational rehabilitation state agency list